This single-storey stone cottage is situated opposite the village green in a small hamlet. One of a row, it is well equipped for a relaxing holiday. Surrounded by the Sidlaw Hills, it is just a 20-minute drive from the beautiful Angus Glens. Activities include breathtaking walks, riding, fishing, golf and skiing in winter. A short drive from Glamis Castle, Perth, Dundee and lovely beaches. Shops 2 miles, pub 50 yards.
Living room with open fire. Dining/sun room with tiled floor and French doors to garden. Kitchen with small breakfast bar. Two double bedrooms with shared en-suite shower room with large shower cubicle and toilet; one with 6ft bed, one with 5ft bed. Twin bedroom with additional day bed (for +1 child). Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet.
- Open fire – initial fuel inc, thereafter avail locally
- NSH inc (Oct-Mar £25 pw)
- Elec, bed linen and towels inc
- Two TVs
- Two DVDs
- Tel-incoming and emergency calls only
- Enclosed lawned garden, patio and furniture
- Roadside parking
- No smoking
- Unsuitable for the infirm
Customer Reviews of The Cottage, nr Coupar Angus, sleeps 6-7
1st comment: The location was excellent the cottage was more than comfortable only one snag there isn’t anywhere to eat out close by during the week. April 2012.
2nd comment: Excellent cottage. Ideal location. Caretakers very helpful. Plenty room for 6 people. Aug 2011.
3rd comment: The cottage was beautiful. There were 6 of us staying, but there was still plenty of room for us all. We were impressed with how clean and tidy the cottage was and very well equipped. Will hopefully go there again very soon. Feb 2011.
4th comment: Beautiful, spacious, well appointed cottage, in an area with easy access to many points of interest and excellent walking and hiking. Local grocery shopping and easy access to Edinburgh, Perth and the east coast. Having the caretaker of the cottage nearby was a great asset. Best accommodation I have had in many years of travel in th U.K. and Europe. Highly recommend it to fellow Canadians. Oct 2010.
5th comment: The property has a lovely sun room, used as the dining room, which was bright and cheery even on a dull day. The kitchen was very well equipped. July 2010.
6th comment: Spacious, quiet abd clean. July 2010.
7th comment: As it was a hot weekend, we loved eating out, using the garden furniture and patio doors leading from the dining room. The garden was fairly large and quiet. The house was comfortable and smartly decorated and had most things we needed. the welcome tray and bag of fudge were a nice touch. The village was peaceful too. June 2010.
8th comment: Very comfortable - everything was there that was needed for relaxing week - log fire was excellent!! Oct 2009.
9th comment: Quiet country village. Aug 2009.
10th comment: We spent a few days at the Edinburgh festival and this was a good base (about an 1hr and 15 minutes by road). Great location for exploring the countryside and a good base for exploring Scotland further afield. The owner was very attentive and clearly wanted us to enjoy the experience. The property was clean and well equipped. If anything we think the brochure/website undersells this property and its location in a very friendly small community. Neighbours were very helpful and clearly had a good relationship with the property owner! A very relaxing quiet break within driving distance of Edinburgh and with Glamis Castle on its doorstep! Aug 2009.